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Vietnam offers a captivating blend of traditional charm, stunning landscapes, rich culture, and vibrant urban experiences, making it an unforgettable travel destination.


Shaped like an elongated S, Vietnam stretches the length of the Indochinese Peninsula and covers a surface area of 128,000 square miles-making it roughly the size of Italy or, in the U.S., New Mexico. China lies to the north, Laos and Cambodia to the west, and the South China Sea to the east. Topographically, Vietnam is a verdant tapestry of soaring mountains, fertile deltas, primeval forests inhabited by exotic fauna, sinuous rivers, mysterious caves, otherworldly rock formations, and heavenly waterfalls and beaches. Beyond nature, the curious and open-minded visitor will find in Vietnam a feast of culture and history.

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Vietnam’s allure extends to the ancient towns of Hoi An and Hue, enriching the country’s tour offerings. Hoi An’s lantern-lit streets and well-preserved architecture evoke a sense of timeless beauty, while its culinary scene tantalizes the taste buds with flavorful local dishes. Meanwhile, Hue, with its imperial citadel and historic pagodas, offers a glimpse into Vietnam’s royal past. Visitors can embark on cycling tours through picturesque countryside landscapes, exploring rice paddies and rural villages. These additions complement Vietnam’s diverse tour experiences, allowing travelers to immerse themselves in the country’s rich history, vibrant culture, and breathtaking scenery.


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Frequently Asked Questions

1. When is the best time to visit Vietnam?

The best time to visit Vietnam is typically during the dry season, which runs from November to April. This period offers pleasant weather across most regions, with less humidity and minimal rainfall.

2. What are the must-visit destinations in Vietnam?

Vietnam offers a wealth of captivating destinations. Some must-visit places include Hanoi, with its rich history and vibrant culture; the stunning limestone formations of Halong Bay; the ancient town of Hoi An, famous for its lantern-lit streets; the bustling metropolis of Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon); and the picturesque landscapes of Sapa and the Mekong Delta.

3. Do I need a visa to visit Vietnam?

Most visitors to Vietnam need a visa to enter the country. However, citizens of certain countries may be eligible for visa exemptions for short stays. It’s important to check the specific visa requirements based on your nationality and the purpose of your visit, and arrange for the necessary documentation ahead of time.

4. What should I know about Vietnamese cuisine?

Vietnamese cuisine is renowned for its freshness, balance of flavors, and diverse dishes. Pho (noodle soup), Banh Mi (Vietnamese sandwich), and Bun Cha (grilled pork with vermicelli noodles) are among the popular dishes. Vietnamese cuisine also incorporates plenty of fresh herbs, vegetables, and seafood, reflecting its coastal geography.

5. What are some cultural norms and etiquette to observe in Vietnam?

In Vietnam, it’s customary to greet others with a smile and a slight bow, particularly when meeting someone older or in a position of authority. Removing your shoes before entering someone’s home or certain establishments is also a common practice. When dining, it’s polite to wait for the host to begin eating before you start. Additionally, modest attire is generally appreciated, especially when visiting religious sites or rural areas.

6. What are Transportation Options for My Vietnam Trip?

When traveling in Vietnam, you have various transportation options to choose from based on your preferences and budget:

Plane: Ideal for long distances, offering flexibility and convenience. There are many places to rent cars in Vietnam for further travel

Train: A relaxing way to travel while enjoying the scenery along the journey, connecting Hanoi and Lao Cai (near Sapa), the Northern and Southern regions of Vietnam with various seat classes available.

Shuttle Limousine: A comfortable shared option, especially for the route between Hanoi – Halong City and Hanoi – Sapa.

There are also various local means of transportation such as cyclo, sampan, private wooden boat trips along the journey.

In summary, whether you prefer the convenience of flying or the experience of trains and private car, Vietnam offers a diverse range of transportation options to suit your travel needs.

7. What type of accommodation do you use for trips in Vietnam

We typically use hotels for our trips in Vietnam. Centrally located and boutique-styled hotels are the most popular type of accommodation in Vietnam that we use for our customers in most cities and tourist destinations. We are known for providing personalized travel experiences and private tours, so they often use high-quality hotels to ensure our customers have a comfortable and enjoyable trip. We also use homestays in remote or less visited areas to enable our customers to get closer to the locals.

8. How to book a trip with Absolute Asia Travel

To book a trip with Absolute Asia Travel, follow these steps:

Contact us via our website form or contact us directly to express your interest in booking a trip.
Customized Itinerary: Discuss your travel preferences, interests, and any specific requests with a personal travel consultant from Absolute Asia Travel.
Itinerary Development: Engage in responsive communication to develop a personalized itinerary tailored to your needs and desires.
Visa Assistance: Receive assistance with travel visas and other necessary documentation for your trip.
Smooth Trip Experience: Enjoy a well-organized trip with punctual drivers, knowledgeable guides, and traditional meals reflecting the local culture.
Continuous Support: Benefit from ongoing support during your trip, including check-ins and assistance from the travel agent.
Feedback and Recommendations: Provide feedback on your experience to help improve our services for future travelers.

For further details or specific inquiries, you can refer to Absolute Asia Travel’s website or contact us directly for assistance

9. How many days do I need to travel Vietnam?

For a short trip (5-7 days), focus on one or two key destinations like Hanoi and Halong Bay, or Ho Chi Minh City and the Mekong Delta.
A moderate trip (10-14 days) allows for exploring additional regions such as central Vietnam with Hoi An and Hue, or the mountainous Sapa region.
An extended trip (2-3 weeks or more) offers a deeper dive into Vietnam’s diverse offerings, including off-the-beaten-path destinations like Ha Giang, Con Dao, or Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park.

10. What are some off-the-beaten-path destinations to explore in Vietnam?

Consider visiting places like Pu Luong Nature Reservie, Ha Giang, Con Dao, Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park or the Central Highlands for a more authentic and less touristy experience.

11. Should I visit North to South or South to North

Both directions—north to south or south to north—offer unique experiences and advantages, so the choice depends on your international flight routes, preferences and interests:

North to South:

  1. Climate: Starting in the north allows you to begin your journey in cooler weather and gradually move toward warmer temperatures as you head south. This can be advantageous if you prefer milder climates at the beginning of your trip.
  2. Cultural Gradient: You’ll observe a gradual shift in culture and landscape as you travel from the northern highlands, with their ethnic minority tribes and stunning mountain scenery, to the bustling cities of central Vietnam, and finally to the vibrant and tropical southern regions.
  3. Historical Context: This direction follows the historical progression of Vietnamese history, starting in the capital city of Hanoi with its rich historical and cultural sites, then passing through the former imperial capital of Hue, and ending in Ho Chi Minh City (formerly Saigon), which played a significant role in the Vietnam War.

South to North:

  1. Ease of Acclimatization: Starting in the warmer south can help you acclimatize to the tropical weather before moving into cooler regions in the north. This can be more comfortable for travelers who are not accustomed to high humidity or extreme heat.
  2. Culinary Adventure: Vietnamese cuisine is diverse and varies from region to region. Starting in the south allows you to dive into the bold flavors of southern dishes like pho and banh mi before experiencing northern specialties such as bun cha and cha ca in Hanoi.
  3. Scenic Highlights: Ending your journey in the north means you’ll conclude with some of Vietnam’s most breathtaking landscapes, including the karst formations of Halong Bay, the terraced rice fields of Sapa, and the lush mountains of Ha Giang.

Ultimately, whether you choose to travel from north to south or south to north, you’ll have the opportunity to explore Vietnam’s rich culture, history, and natural beauty along the way. Consider your preferences for climate, cuisine, and the sites you most want to see when making your decision.


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